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WFARP Japan Office held some symposia hoping that more people would understand current situation on HIV/AIDS and AIDS experts could exchange their opinions.

Incubate Village 2005
International Symposium for AIDS Preventive Education (held on May 19, 2005)

International Symposium for AIDS Preventive Education (held on May 19, 2005)

The "International Symposium for AIDS Preventive Education" was held jointly by WFARP Japan Office and Ono-town in Gifu as part of the town event called "ACTIVE TOWN PROJECT WITH ROSE AND HUMOR" (Expo 2005 Aichi Japan partnership project)

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18th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of AIDS Research
Special Public Symposium
- Let's talk with Prof. Montagnier - (10th of December, 2004)

- Let's talk with Prof. Montagnier - (10th of December, 2004)

We participated in the 18th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of AIDS Research at the Shizuoka-Convention Arts Center from 9th to 11th of December, 2004. It was third time around for us to participate in this meeting. There were more than 1000 participants including medical associates, educators, and NPO associates, etc..

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The symposium for children with Prof. Luc Montagnier (April 19, 2003)

The symposium for children with Prof. Luc Montagnier  (April 19, 2003)

The symposium for children with Prof. Luc Montagnier was opened with Mr. Yukiyasu Hayashi, Secretary General of World Foundation Aids Research and Prevention, Japan Office. The opening speech was made by Mr. Shigeru Sugiyama, Mayor of Ono-town, which was followed by Piano Concert by Ms. Yoko Tokue. After the piano concert, the children received a lecture by Prof. Kihara (graduate school of Kyoto University), who is a leading expert in the filled of AIDS research in Japan. Then 900 junior high school students received a message from Prof. Luc Montagnier saying that they have two responsibilities. One is to protect oneself from getting infected by the HIV virus by educating oneself. And the other is to help people suffering from this disease in poverty. Then the children had an opportunity to ask questions of the world famous scientist. He answered respectfully all the questions posed by the children.

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